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New! A Pocket-Sized Cure Hydrophilic Kit Made for You

A new pocket-sized kit from Cure Medical is now available for people who prefer to use a hydrophilic catheter and the sterile technique when self-cathing.  Read on to discover the advantages of the Cure Hydrophilic Kit and how you can be one of the first to get a free sample!

With so many options for intermittent catheters available on the market today, it’s hard to keep up with the changes and differences between brands and styles, especially if you have used the same type of catheter for many years.  Let’s start by reviewing the benefits of Cure hydrophilic catheters.

Listen up, we’re about to chat about a new catheter option for men from Cure Medical!

Listen up, we’re reviewing a new hydrophilic catheter option for men from Cure Medical!

What is a hydrophilic catheter?

A hydrophilic catheter is a catheter that has a coating that is made slippery when it comes into contact with water.  The Cure catheter contains a purified water packet that activates the catheter coating and makes the catheter slippery and ready to use.

VIDEO: Try the New Cure Hydrophilic Kit

What’s unique about the Cure Hydrophilic catheter?cure-hydrophilic-kit-3

  • This hydrophilic catheter features soft-polished eyelets and a water packet.
  • The water packet contains purified water to ensure instant hydration and prevent staining.
  • The catheter includes a textured advancer/gripper for ease of insertion.
  • The exterior packaging features a tab to adhere to surfaces, to ensure ease of use.
  • The catheter instantly hydrates for quick use.
  • No Scary Chemicals! Cure Catheters® are not made with known carcinogen DEHP, BPA, or natural rubber latex.
  • The product is currently available in 12-16 French sizes.

What comes in the Cure Hydrophilic Kit?

The new Cure Hydrophilic kit configuration includes:

  • a hydrophilic catheter,
  • ambidextrous gloves,
  • BZK wipe,
  • underpad, and;
  • a collection bag with a universal connector.
  • Available in French Sizes 12-16.

The Cure Hydrophilic Kit is a wonderful option for people who prefer to use a sterile technique when self-cathing.

You’ll also be thrilled to know that the Cure Hydrophilic Kit fits in your pocket, and the Cure Hydrophilic catheter will not kink if it is bent!

cure-hydrophilic-kit-4To request free samples of the Hydrophilic Cure Catheter® or any Cure Medical® catheter, contact your local distributor of quality healthcare products, or click here.

How else does Cure Medical support the wheelchair community?

In addition to their extensive line of intermittent catheters, Cure Medical is the only catheter manufacturer that donates 10% of net income to spinal cord injury research, as part of their lifelong commitment to finding a cure for paralysis.

Cure Medical’s commitment to finding a cure is personal for the organization, as the company was founded by C4 quadriplegic Bob Yant.  Bob explains, “In 1981 I hit my head on a sandbar and broke my neck, receiving a C-5 injury. I was dependent on others to help me. From the outset of my injury, I wanted to know: ‘How am I going to get out of this?!’


As Bob became a catheter user, he struggled due to the lack of comfort and ease of use with substandard catheters. He worked tirelessly to change the catheter realm not only for himself but for the spinal cord injury community as well.

Bob has since strived to find ways to make catherization more efficient, more comfortable, and less stressful for catheter users through the products that are developed and offered by Cure Medical, like the new Cure Hydrophilic Kit.

“If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my life, it’s that persistence is 90% of success,” Bob continues.

“I was the first person with spinal cord injury to start a retail company in this industry, and I’m the first person with SCI/D to start a manufacturing company of these products.  I devote much of my time to raising money for spinal cord injury research.  Now, there’s another way you can help make a contribution to help fund medical research for a cure, simply by using Cure Catheters.”

Learn more about the spinal cord injury research projects that Cure Medical supports at:




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